Social Security Disability – Dallas TX

Dallas is a large and diverse city located in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, one of the fastest-growing regions in the United States. If you live in Dallas Texas and need information or assistance with social security disability benefits, we are here to help.

Social security disability law is governed by federal regulations that apply to all disability claimants regardless of where they live. However, living in Dallas may impact your disability claim, so it’s important to be informed and seek assistance if you need it.

As a resident of Dallas, you have access to a variety of resources and support services that can help you navigate the process of filing for social security disability benefits. We hope that our information and assistance can be of help to you in this important process.

Social Security Disability Benefits: Important Facts about Dallas Texas

Dallas has slightly more adults receiving Social Security Disability than the rest of Texas, but fewer than the U.S.


Disabled workers

Dallas has a high number of people who have no medical insurance

Persons with health insurance, under age 65 years

Persons without health insurance, under age 65 years

Dallas is ethnically diverse

Many people in Dallas are “Non White”

Race “Other than White”

Many households in Dallas speak a language other than English

English spoken at home

Language other than English spoken at home

Dallas residents are good at using computers and the internet

Households with a computer, 2016-2020

2 Keys to Winning Disability Benefits in Dallas

Regular and Ongoing Medical Treatment

Key #1: Medical Care

Accessing medical treatment can be a challenge for those who are unable to work, both in Dallas and in Texas in general. Most medical insurance plans are linked to employment, so losing your job also means losing your medical insurance. COBRA extended benefits can be expensive, and you only have a short window of time to enroll. As per the census data pie charts above, Dallas has a high percentage of residents without medical insurance.

Many Dallas residents pursue social security disability benefits to gain access to medical treatment through Medicare or Medicaid. However, the cruel irony is that without ongoing medical treatment, Dallas residents will face difficulties in obtaining disability benefits.

Fortunately, Dallas has a number of low-cost or free medical care options available on a city basis:

  • LBU South Oak Cliff – 5787 S. Hampton Rd., Dallas, TX – 75232 – (214) 540-0330
  • LBU Oak Cliff – 4732 W. Illinois Ave., Dallas, TX – 75211 – (214) 540-0300
  • Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic – Family Clinic – 3111 Sylvan Ave., Dallas, TX – 75212 – (214) 540-0300
  • HOMES Clinic at The Stewpot – 1835 Young Street, Dallas, TX – 75201 – (214) 428-4242
  • Dallas Life – 1100 Cadiz St., Dallas, TX – 75215 – (214) 421-1380
  • Dallas Clinic – Primary Care Clinic of North Texas – 4001 McEwen Rd., Dallas, TX – 75244 – (972) 566-7738
  • Hatcher Station Health Center – 4600 Scyene Road, Dallas, TX – 75210 – (214) 266-0700
  • Southeast Dallas Health Center – 9202 Elam Road, Dallas, TX – 75217 – (214) 266-1201

Key #2: Hire Experienced, social security disability lawyer who Specializes in Social Security Disability

We believe that Denman Law Office is an excellent option for Dallas residents seeking representation for social security disability. However, regardless of whether you choose to hire attorney Denman or not, our goal is to provide you with the most informative content possible.

Selecting a social security disability attorney is a crucial decision that can significantly impact your life. You should seek an attorney with a proven track record of experience and specialization in this field. Additionally, it is essential to find an attorney who has an office located in your community, making communication more accessible and convenient.

Isn’t it Time You Got Serious About Your Dallas Social Security Disability Claim?

Social Security Disability Offices for Dallas

Dallas Downtown Office

Dallas Fair Park TX Social Security Office 851, 2530 S Malcolm X BLVD, Dallas, TX 75215

Office of Hearings & Appeals for Dallas

In Dallas, Texas, as with all disability claims in the state, most social security disability claims eventually go before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) for decision. The ALJ hearing is where Dallas disability claimants have the best chance of getting their benefits approved. Disability claims for those living in Dallas are handled in the Office of Hearing Operations (“OHO”) for North Dallas.

Currently, the North Dallas OHA has 12 Administrative Law Judges assigned to it. Traditionally, ALJ hearings for disability claimants who live in Dallas were held in person at the North Dallas Office of Hearing Operations, requiring Dallas claimants to travel to the Dallas Merit Drive location for their hearing.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all OHO offices stopped conducting in-person hearings and began using video or telephone-based hearings. While claimants still have the option to demand an in-person hearing, they must wait until in-person hearings are re-started. Furthermore, because video and telephone hearings did not require claimant travel, many Dallas cases are being assigned to OHO offices other than the one in North Dallas.

At present, OHO continues to give claimants the option of a phone or video hearing. Those who agree to a video or phone hearing are likely to get their hearing date sooner than those who demand an in-person hearing.

Attorney Denman has appeared numerous times before all the ALJs in the North Dallas OHO during his 30-year career and can advise Dallas clients on the important ALJ hearing decision: in-person, telephone, or video?

Dallas-North Office
Dallas Downtown Office


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